SchoolArts Magazine

SEP 2019

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During the next few days, students completed at least two triptychs. Many did a selective color version or varied their triptychs by the using alternate poses and expressions. Assessment and Display Students created jpeg files of the trip- tychs, which were then uploaded to our online classroom portal. A self- assessment rubric was provided that asked students to evaluate the lesson's objectives: creativity, editing, and effort. Space for written comments was also provided so students could specifically state how they addressed the lesson's objectives. At the completion of the project, I printed out and mounted all the class triptychs for display. There was definitely something unique and humorous about a wall full of mini- mes that made for a presentation with impact. There was not a stu - dent or faculty member who passed the display without stopping, look - ing, and, inevitably, smiling at the work on display. Michael Sacco is an art teacher at Three Village Central School District on Long Island, New York. msacco @ 3villagecsd. N A T I O N A L S T A N D A R D Producing: Select, analyze, and inter- pret artistic work for presentation. Creating: Conceiving and developing new artistic ideas and work. W E B L I N K Adde Adesokan official website: Emma Robinson. Melaina Gargano. SCHOOLARTSMAGAZINE.COM 33

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